Extreme sports (surfing, skating and BMX, that is) enthusiasts will be glad to hear that the two tailored music festivals, Relentless NASS and Relentless Boardmasters have now announced their line-up.
Relentless NASS Festival 2010
The Relentless NASS Festival will take place at the Bath and West Showground from 9th to 11th July, hosting the UK's first ever World Cup Skateboard Competition and BMX riders competing against each other in the Relentless NASS BMX Street Competition. Providing the soundtrack to the expected 50,000 attendees' thrills will be rapper Tinie Tempah, mix-mastering duo Chase and Status, new-born Soul singer Plan B as well as grimer Wiley, reggae punk foursome The Skints, Indie New Rave Hadouken!, Bowling for Soup, Devlin and Back Beat Soundsystem.
Relentless Boardmasters 2010 will set-up home in Newquay from 4th to 8th August, offering plenty of surfing, skating and BMX classes, with dreadlocked folkster Newton Faulkner, eletronica duo Leftfield, Seasick Steve, Xavier Rudd, rapper Example, the very same Plan B and Chase and Status as well as Ou est Le Swimming Pool on entertaining duties inWatergate Bay.
Tickets for NASS cost £30 for a day pass, £70 for a weekend pass, with a child's day ticket at £17.50 and a child's weekend ticket at £35. Those for Boardmasters range from £15 for a Fistral Beach Sessions day ticket to £95 for the all-encompassing Charger Ticket (Beach Sessions and Watergate Bay performances -no camping), with, for the first time in the event's history, the possibility for festival goers to stay on-site with weekend camping packages now available from £80.00.